This yearly celebration of the arts is hosted by the Southbury Women's Club and generously sponsored by Shop Rite, Southbury Music Studio, and Southbury Kitchens.
Over 50 artists selling one-of-a-kind photos, paintings,sculptures, handcrafted home goods, and art to wear will be present.
The event will feature live music from Changes Urban Instrumental and musicians associated with the Southbury Music Studio, in addition to kid’s crafts, face painting, and delicious bake goods.
Laura Brown, Owner of the Jewelry Café and jewelry artist will offer demonstrations along with Maureen Henriques, a nationally known glass bead artist and teacher from The Brookfield Craft Center who will give a demonstration on Fusing Silver. Pure silver (.999) wire is formed into various shapes and fused with a torch to create components (circles, teardrops...) for jewelry making. Once the shapes are created, they are “work hardened” by hammering them and creating texture. Watch them create contemporary silver circle jewelry!
Demos will be offered at Noon and 2 pm.
100% of the proceeds from this annual event are donated to the local community to help those in need.
email FallFineArtsFestival@gmail.com for more information.
Generously sponsored by:
ShopRite, Southbury, CT
Southbury Music Studio, Southbury, CT
Southbury Kitchens, Southbury, CT
David R. Clark – Clark Art USA(Returning FFAF Vendor)
After graduating college in 1975 with a degree in Commercial Art and Illustration David began his career working as an art director within the offset printing and corporate industries. He established DRC Advertising, an advertising design firm in 1980 which has serviced clients such as Branson Ultrasonics, Ciba-Geigy, First Brands, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Union Carbide, G.E. Capital, and Chase Manhattan Bank.
He combines his love for photography with tradition methods of painting to create unique images that are often surreal and thought provoking. He typically work in oils, acrylic, airbrush and pastels and I offer many of my artwork as limited edition giclée prints.
David gets his inspiration from the people, textural and scenic images from the many fascinating places he has visited around the world.
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